UNDATED (AP) -- North Carolina remains the top-team in the weekly Associated Press top-25 men's college basketball poll. The Tar Heels received 45 first place votes while number-two Memphis got 26 and third-ranked Kansas one. The Heels are unbeaten in 13 games while Memphis is 11-and-0 and Kansas 13-and-0 as well. This week's fourth ranked team is Washington State with UCLA fifth.
The second five this week features Michigan State, Georgetown, Tennessee, Duke and Marquette.
The second ten features Indiana, Texas A&M, Pittsburgh, Texas, Vanderbilt, Butler, Villanova, Mississippi, Clemson and Dayton.
The bottom five consists of Arizona, Southern California, Rhode Island, Stanford and Wisconsin.
The return to the top-25 by Dayton marks the Flyers first time in the poll since 2003.